As an Office 365 subscriber, you get new and improved Outlook features regularly. Take a look below to see what's available to you today.
Latest updates for Outlook for Windows
See what's new in the November update, Version 18.11 (11029.20079). Find your Office version
Zoom and stick
Instead of adjusting Zoom each time, you read a message, choose a default setting to use for all your messages.
Reserving a room just got easier
Look for a conference room using more than one room list — and switch lists without losing room you've selected.
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When do I get new features?
New Office 365 features are sometimes rolled out over a period of time to all subscribers.
Complete list of all updates
Get information about all the channel releases for Office 365 client applications.
Latest updates for Outlook Insiders
See what's new for Insiders in the December release, Version 1812 (Build 11126.20074), then tell us what you think. Your early feedback is invaluable, so keep it coming!
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Bring your LinkedIn network to Outlook
Connect your LinkedIn account to Outlook to see your professional connections in your inbox.
Build in time between back-to-back meetings
Give attendees time to catch their breath or travel between locations by setting meetings to end 5-10 minutes early by default.
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All new features for Office Insiders
Find out all the new features across all Office apps and version and build information.
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Where to send feedback
We'd love to hear your thoughts about what works, what doesn't, and where you think we can improve. To report issues or send feedback, click File > Feedback from any Office 2016 app. You can also reach us by posting in the Office Insider community or tweeting at @OfficeInsider.
See what's new in the October update, Version 18.10 (11001.20074).
People Suggestions in Schedule Assistant
See recommendations for attendees to add when you schedule a meeting. No more switching back and forth between the Scheduling Assistant and the To line.
Stop seeing reminders for past events
You can set your calendar to automatically dismiss reminders for events after they've ended.
See what's new in the September update Version 1809 (Build 10827.20138).
See what's new in the August 2018 feature update, Version 1808 (Build 10730.20088).
See what's new and improved in the June 2018 feature update, Version 1806 (Build 10228.20080).
One-click fixes for accessibility issues
The Accessibility Checker is better than ever with updated support for international standards and handy recommendations to make your documents more accessible.
The more the merrier
Invite others to join a group by sharing a URL or sending an email with an embedded link.
Add visual impact
Bring visual interest to your documents, worksheets, and presentations by inserting Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) that have filters applied to them.
See what's new and improved in the May 2018 feature update, Version 1805 (Build 9330.2087).
Why type when you can use your voice to write email messages? Just dictate!
View three time zones
Need to schedule a meeting across time zones? Add multiple time zones to your calendar to easily see everyone's availability and pick a time that works for all.
Calendar sharing made easy
We heard you! Sharing your calendars is simpler, and calendars shared from Outlook Desktop are now also available in Outlook Mobile. Stay productive and remain timely in the office and on the go!
See what's new and improved in the April 2018 feature update, Version 1804 (Build 9226.2114).
Listen to your emails
When multitasking is in order, let Outlook read your email messages aloud. Now you can keep up with your email while doing other tasks, too.
Mark emails as read when deleting
If your Deleted Items folder includes unread items, there's now a quick fix to make sure all deleted messages are marked as read.
Never miss a reminder
Set your reminders to pop up over the windows you're working in. If you prefer something more subtle, Outlook will flash in the taskbar to get your attention.
See what's new and improved in the March 2018 feature update, Version 1803 (Build 9126.xxxx).
Create a group with fewer clicks
Creating a group is easier than ever. Just provide the basic information and we'll take care of the rest.
Email sorting made easy
Not using Focused Inbox? We've brought back sorting options and the Unread filter above the message list.
Know who you'll be meeting with
See people's responses to a meeting request, even if you aren't the meeting organizer.
See what's new and improved in the July 2017 feature update, Version 1707 (Build 8326.2058).
Automatic download of cloud attachments
When you drag and drop OneDrive attachments from an email message to your computer, we download a copy of the attachment files for you.
Audio cues guide you as you work
Audio cues are sound effects that notify you when options on the screen change, or confirm that an action has taken place, such as an email being sent or received. You can find these and other accessibility tools on the Ease of Access tab in File > Options.
See what's new and improved in the June 2017 feature update, Version 1706 (Build 8229.2073) .
Focused Inbox helps you focus on the emails that matter most to you. It separates your inbox into two tabs—Focused and Other. Your most important emails are on the Focused tab while the rest remain easily accessible—but out of the way—on the Other tab. You’ll be informed about email flowing to Other, and you can switch between tabs at any time to take a quick look.